Stephenson and Lyle to Lead HPS Asset Value Funds’ Global Leasing Platforms

The following appears on monitordaily.com HPS Asset Value Funds, which is managed by HPS Investment Partners, a credit investment firm with more than $75 billion of assets under management, appointed William Continue ReadingStephenson and Lyle to Lead HPS Asset Value Funds’ Global Leasing Platforms

Global Supply Chain Crisis Could Last Another Two Years, Warn Experts

By Martin Farrer – In Britain it’s alcohol, in Canada it’s maple syrup, while in Australia it’s a crucial additive for diesel trucks, and in New Zealand it’s brown sugar. These are just some Continue ReadingGlobal Supply Chain Crisis Could Last Another Two Years, Warn Experts

November Trailer Orders Rebound But Supply Chain Issues are Likely Worsening

The following appears on freightwaves.com Alan Adler – Trailer orders rebounded in November as manufacturers took orders that will push backlogs into the third quarter of 2022. Is the supply Continue ReadingNovember Trailer Orders Rebound But Supply Chain Issues are Likely Worsening

Experts Say Supply Chain Issues could Impact Some Industries into 2023

The following appears on foxbaltimore.com By JILLIAN SMITH – WASHINGTON (TND) — Christmas is just over two weeks away and the national supply chain continues to be compounded by issues at Continue ReadingExperts Say Supply Chain Issues could Impact Some Industries into 2023

Ships in California Logjam Now Stuck off Mexico, Taiwan and Japan

The following appears on freightwaves.com Greg Miller – The decline in ships waiting just offshore of Los Angeles/Long Beach continues to be touted as a sign that port congestion is Continue ReadingShips in California Logjam Now Stuck off Mexico, Taiwan and Japan

Increasing truckload length of haul suggests shippers have overordered

The following appears on freightwaves.com Zach Strickland, FW Market Expert & Market Analyst – Demand for longer-haul capacity has grown significantly over the past five months, driving the average length Continue ReadingIncreasing truckload length of haul suggests shippers have overordered

Peak Season Over: Container-Ship Arrivals in Southern California Fall

The following appears on freightwaves.com Greg Miller, Senior Editor – Amid all the headlines on consumer demand, imports to America’s primary container gateway — the ports of Los Angeles and Continue ReadingPeak Season Over: Container-Ship Arrivals in Southern California Fall